Trains got delayed in Japan and here’s how the Japanese commuters waited #LikeABoss

Yesterday, June 18, 2018, I woke up to the shaking of the ground and my bed shaking with it. I was traveling near Kansai at the moment when a strong earthquake hit Osaka. It was felt even in the surrounding cities. Unfortunately, several people were injured and few more didn’t survive the earthquake.

LOL! Watch this cute lola bless each Mexican player in the World Cup through her TV!

There are prayers and then there are prayers.
We’ve all prayed for our favorite teams before. Of course, we have. It’s a familiar hope that ignites in us and makes us excited for our players and hope for that win. There are those who also like to take the lovely extra step.

You Can Buy JR Smith’s Jersey from Game 1 of the 2018 NBA Finals

Although the NBA Finals are already over, it’s hard to forget the most iconic moment of this year’s games: JR Smith’s booboo. Haven’t heard of it? Well, basically, Game 1 of the 2018 NBA Finals ended in overtime and JR Smith allegedly forgot what the score was, causing the time to run out, the Golden State Warriors to win, and a ton of memes to be made about it.

It’s hard to explain. You had to have watched it to truly understand the frustration. And, well, if you did, then you’ll know why this jersey of JR Smith, that is currently up for auction by the NBA, is so legendary.

Janah Zaplan – the Millenial  Pop Princess: Kaya Ko ‘To Concert on June 30

Eat Bulaga’s Quarterfinalist in Music Hero, Janah Zaplan, conquers the stage of Music Museum as she transforms from a sweet young lady into a fierce performer as she dishes out songs and moves and gyrates ala G Force (being a graduate under teacher Goercelle).

4th Steinway Youth Piano Competition 2018 Grand Finals Welcomes 16 Aspiring Pianists on Stage


  The Grand Finals of the 4th Steinway Youth Piano Competition 2018 will take place on June 30 at the Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium at the RCBC Plaza.
 
The Grand Finals will see 16 young aspiring pianists from ages 8 to17 vie for a chance to represent the Philippines at the Regional Finals in Taiwan.
 

LOOK: These sunflower slash Sablay photos of this student-athelete-photographer are AMAZING!

With graduation season coming up in Diliman, looks like we’re bound to see sunflowers around the area soon along the road of the country’s state university in Quezon City!
With a dream of living life and capturing these moments through photos, BA Speech Communication major, athlete and photographer Justine Joyce Dabalos opts to bring joy to fellow Iskos & Iskas who will depart the university by documenting their last moments as students.

Fate Smiles on Mark Oblea


As a contestant on Pinoy Boyband Superstar, Mark Oblea was called the “Kwelang Bad Boy ng Bacoor.” But while it’s true that he got into his fair share of trouble when he was younger, he isn’t all bad. The truth is, under his leather jacket and tough demeanor beats the heart of a responsible, softhearted young man.

YIKES: Car smashed by a huge rock in Kennon Road (near Baguio)

Literally caught between a rock and a hard place. Tsk.
June marked the start of the rainy season in the country, and for the past couple of days, two typhoons flew in the country. Landslides and other accidents of nature are inevitable, especially for mountainous areas, so one must be extra wary and vigilant when making trips.
Motoring journalist James Deakin shared it on his Facebook page how he was informed that travelers miraculously survived the fall of a rock on the roof of their sports utility vehicle last weekend.

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